At the 2020 MR LIAC Cappy’s Big Race Invite, Long Island Aquatic Club’s Cavan Gormsen led a slew of fast swims, putting up a 4:43.85 in the 500 freestyle.
It’s been a big month for the Long Island Aquatic Club, under head coach Dave Ferris and his staff, with a slew of personal-best times in September.
Barriers were broken over the weekend at the Freedom Pool in NY where National Junior Team member Tess Howley (above) went 6-6 and lowered her 100 free time.
USA Swimming has named 1,087 swimmers to its 2019-2020 Scholastic All-America Team, headlined by US Open Champion Torri Huske.
Fenlon, a recent Stanford ’25 commit, won both the 100 fly and 400 free. The 17-year-old was 55.66 in the 100 fly and 4:03.99 in the 400 free.
Matthew Fenlon (above) won the 200 meter fly in New York’s first sanctioned meet since pools reopened there on June 15th.
Mary T. Meagher’s 80s NAGs and Mary Descenza’s 2009 American record remain unbroken today. Who’s been close to breaking the marks? Could they ever go down?
Claire Curzan (pictured) and Josh Zuchowski are our 2019 Age Group Swimmers of the Year for the 13-14 age category.
Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske and NCAP’s Phoebe Bacon continued to put up big swims on the last day of the 2019 NCAP Invitational in College Park.
After winning the U.S. Open title last weekend in long course, Phoebe Bacon swam a lifetime best in short course on Saturday at the NCAP Invite.
Tonight’s session was highlighted by 17-year-old Torri Huske’s 100 fly win, a best time of 50.49 to move her to #4 all-time in the 17-18 age group.
Deuel’s highlight swim came in the 100 butterfly, where she dropped a lifetime best 52.95 to erase Kristen Romano’s state record from 2016.
Three Long Island Aquatic Club swimmers were just named to the 2019-2020 USA Swimming Junior National Team due to their strong performances this summer.
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Dynamo and Long Island Aquatic Club shared the women’s title while SwimMAC Carolina took home the top prize in the men’s meet at 2019 Speedo Juniors.
Hunter Armstrong, a West Virginia University commit, has scratched out of the 200 free final on Friday night to concentrate on the 100 back.